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The exceptional circumstances of dealing with COVID-19 must not be forgotten
MDDUS is urging the UK Government to create an expert advisory committee to make recommendations as to how potential concerns over clinicians’ behaviour in delivering care can be considered fairly
Can artificial intelligence help tackle the problem of alarm fatigue for secondary care teams?
Chaperones in the age of Covid
Risk adviser Kay Louise Grant offers advice on conducting virtual intimate examinations
Good record keeping essential with remote consulting
Medical adviser Dr Roopinder Brar offers practical advice on record keeping in remote consultations
Professionalism in practice
What does "being professional" mean to you? Senior risk adviser Liz Price explores key risk areas in this fascinating aspect of medical practice
Investigating a death
Key advice on how to prepare and write a report for an investigation into a patient’s death – first in a two-part series
Riding the planet
Adventurist and emergency medicine doctor Stephen Fabes talks to Adam Campbell about his six-year quest to cycle the world
Case study - Renal foreign body
...After the stent is removed, Mr R suffers a number of urinary tract infections...
Case study - Wound care
...Mr D accuses the consultant of poor care when treating his sister's arm wound in A&E...
Case study - Safe working concerns
...Dr S is an ST3 and claims that trainees in her department are being "coerced" into working beyond their rostered hours...
Wellbeing: You are not alone
Dr Zaid Al-Najjar, deputy medical director of NHS Practitioner Health, discusses how the service can help
Ethics: "Know your place"
Professor Deborah Bowman looks at how hierarchy among medical professionals can create a structure within which asking questions and challenging practice may be perceived as risky or even ‘inappropriate’
Book choice: Dear NHS 100 - Stories to Say Thank You
Book review by Dr Greg Dollman
Vignette: Frances Hoggan (1843-1927)
Pioneering physician, researcher and social reformer
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Insight Secondary is published quarterly and distributed to MDDUS members through the UK who work in secondary care